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Personalized Medicine Will Transform Healthcare
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7/26/2012 | 5:39:14 PM
re: Personalized Medicine Will Transform Healthcare
While I truly believe healthcare is going this direction, It seems farther off in the future than most would think. I see a very aggressive schedule for EHR and IT integrating into patient healthcare and I benefit career wise from this. That being said, I see a huge learning curve for users and the software isnG«÷t quite there yet. IG«÷d love to see this come true for the majority of patients at a faster rate but I see so much left to work on. I hope dollars are continued to be invested in this so the momentum will build in hopes of a quick deployment time of more personalized medicine.


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